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“If honesty were suddenly introduced into American life, the whole system would collapse” – George Carlin

We are all living through an exciting time of technological innovation with some amazing findings, especially where physics is concerned.  The race for technological dominance has been ongoing since the advent of the atom bomb.  I’ve already argued in previous articles that I am convinced the Roswell incident of 1947 is merely a propaganda campaign orchestrated by the United States.

In order to preserve the American empire and how the United States is positioned in the world I am also convinced the Space Race which began in 1960 is also a part of that same propaganda campaign.  At the height of tensions which existed between the capitalist west and the communist east, what better way to cement your position in the world by showing off your technological dominance by putting a human being on the moon.

As far as we are aware in the west, the United States won that race.  It was a big middle finger to the Soviet Union and a big show of technological dominance and power to the rest of the world.

Do I believe the United States achieved what they stated they achieved by placing humans on the moon?

The answer I would now say is irrelevant.  It doesn’t really matter whether the United States placed human beings on the moon or not.  What matters is the effect the propaganda had on the rest of the world.

The United states spent $28 billion dollars from 1960 to 1973 which is equal to around $283 billion dollars adjusted for inflation to put humans on the moon.  This is money related to the moon missions only.  Actual NASA spending (again adjusted for inflation) tops $1.19 trillion dollars to date.

Let’s play Devil’s Advocate here, say for the sake of argument the 1947 Roswell incident was true and the United States recovered a craft or crafts of extra terrestrial origin.  Why would you drop $1.19 trillion dollars on a space program which is in effect a lame duck if you have access to extra terrestrial technology?  $1.19 trillion dollars seems like a very, very expensive public relations project.

For me at least, this is the final nail in the coffin for the 1947 Roswell story and by proxy the whole UFO and Alien narrative.

If we consider time exists in a linear fashion as opposed to the b-theory of time, the age of the universe is approximately 13.8 billion years old.  Our own Milky Way galaxy is thought to be 13.6 billion years old.  The earth is thought to be 4.5 billion years old.

Even if we throw out the billions of galaxies which we know exist and concentrate on merely our own galaxy.  Going by the latest figures from seti, there are potentially 300 million planets within our own galaxy capable of providing the conditions which can support life (based on our understanding of what life is).

Now if we throw in the age of the galaxy and subtract the age of the earth (13.6 billion – 4.5 billion = 9.1 billion) we are left with 9.1 billion years of growth potential for other civilisations.

An extra terrestrial civilisation a billion years technologically more advanced than us here on earth is something which we don’t have the capacity to understand, especially if you consider the advancement in technology here on earth in the last 50 years.  This, however, is based upon our understanding of mathematics, physics and consciousness and how this relates to the universe.

It may be the case that we are closer than we think to unlocking the secrets of the universe.  Alternatively, there may be nothing to unlock, perhaps there are no secrets we just need to expand our consciousness and awareness of the universe around us.  Maybe the universe is waiting on us with open arms for us to lay down our weapons of death and destruction.  Would you invite a psycho with a machine gun to a party?

“If honesty were suddenly introduced into American life, the whole system would collapse” – George Carlin

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